Twitter Helped The BFFs Reunite After 12 Year, And It’s The Purest Thing I’ve Ever Seen.

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Heard You Were Looking For Me

In the world of social media, everything is possible if you wish to have. The unbelievable story of two childhood best friends reunited, Meet Brianna (on the left) and Heidi. Brianna asked Twitter to help her find a long-lost best friend whom she met on a dinner cruise in Honolulu back in 2006 while on vacation, and they became best friends, and guess what? Within 11 hours, the Twitteratti helped her find the one she was looking for; the wish came true best friends reunite.

Twitter: Briannacry

The story starts like this Brianncary posted Tweet onTwitter, she was missing her long-lost best friend and wanted to know how she is doing. But the interesting part is she had no idea about her no name to call her, the girl sitting next to her a floral dress.

They never meet after that in 12 years.

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As I said, the interesting part is that Brianna had no clue about that girl in the picture. Since they met only for very less in time and she lost her. In childhood, their meeting was such a short time that Brianna does not remember anything about that girl in the picture.
However, people love Brianna’s thought was emotional, apart from thanks to a viral Twitter post with 98,873 retweets (and counting). Ultimately, Brianna finds her long-lost childhood friend.

I heard you were looking for me?

Less than twelve hours later, the garbage fire we call Twitter pulled through on one of its purest good deeds. “Heard you were looking for me,” Heidi responded simply, holding proof in the form of a selfie with a picture of her family on what appears to be the very same cruise.

Finally, they reunited

That was quick. Wasn’t it?

Brianna Cry, a 19-year-old from Jackson, Mississippi, told BuzzFeed News: “I don’t think there were many kids our age on this particular dinner cruise, so I guess we just found each other and stuck together the whole time. The other night I was going through old scrapbooks and watching vacation videos and I saw her. So I was like: Wow, let’s see if Twitter can find her for me…”

The response was so quick that, @Briannacry has no idea it worked

Brianna, who is a student at Hampton University, said that she was shocked and excited after being talked by her friend Heidi who lives in California.

“I honestly thought it would take at least a week to find her. The internet is so amazing and showed me that it is a small world after all.”

The internet was in tears…


Finally, Best friends reunite (Brianna and Heidi), and now they start sharing their old school stories, college and everything with each other over DMs. Everyone on social media was pleased ans left tears in eyes.

Now naturally people wanted to see face to face reunion and already started asking to post a picture together.

Brianna said: “We attend college on two different sides of the country but we do plan to meet again once we get our funds together.”

Now, people were also offering to sponsor their flight tickets. Because they actually love the incident very much touched people heart. However, they refused any help and said they would meet according to their schedules said, Brianna and Heidi.

Wild Wild Country

Surprisingly, however, folks desired those two girls to meet so badly that people created a GoFundMe page for them.Heidi Tweet on Twitter not to donate money on that page which was created by people. That page DOES NOT associate with them or not belongs to either of them.

We found some heartfelt feeling from the Twitter

Nah, I’m crying, this is so beautiful!

Now we can say the web is like a global village, a place where everyone knows everyone

Other people also sharing their pictures from all around the world to reunite with their lost friends

Interesting, isn’t it?

*Sobbing*

Don’t you just love a happy ending?

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*Noooo, I want to know more about this story …… PLEASE!

Ultimately, everything has to end…

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